Landscaping for Wildlife

When landscaping to attract and benefit wildlife, it is important to consider their basic habitat requirements for food, cover, and water. Below are links to articles and web sites that will help you landscape with these elements in mind.

Building for BirdsBuilding for Birds

Florida Backyard Landscapes for WildlifeFlorida Backyard Landscapes for Wildlife

This certification program administered by the Florida Wildlife Extension provides personalized landscaping tips to Florida residents to help attract and benefit wildlife in their own yards.

Woodduck BoxCreating Habitat for Wildlife

In Florida, urban areas are a dominant feature in the landscape, and many of these urban areas are situated near natural wildlife preserves. What people do in their own yards and neighborhoods affect local and nearby wildlife populations. Steps can be taken to create and save wildlife habitat in urban areas, minimizing our adverse impact on local wildlife. Plus, creating wildlife habitat provides wildlife viewing opportunities for people in cities.

ArdisiaNon-Native Plants and Animals in Florida


Watering CanConservation and Gardening Information


WaspEnvironmentally Sound Pest Management